coadjutant


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co·ad·ju·tant

 (kō-ăj′ə-tənt)
n.
A helper; an assistant.

coadjutant

(kəʊˈædʒətənt)
adj
cooperating
n
a helper

co•ad•ju•tant

(koʊˈædʒ ə tənt)
n.
an assistant; aide.
[1700–10]
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coadjutant

noun
A person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities:
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As coadjutant, the essential oils are used to promote medicine absorption, increasing penetration in the epidermis due to its lipophylic characteristics (Cal 2006).
Kaplan is a Coadjutant member of the faculty at Rutgers University School of Law Newark.
But one wishes for a more detailed analysis, one that considers the consequences of discursive practices at the grassroots level, if it were possible, and for an account that considers alternative or coadjutant explanations for the exhaustion of Cheos in contrast to the vitality of Pentecostalism.